Norway is known for being a pretty progressive nation.Now the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) is launching a new program in the fall that will further cement the country's open-minded reputation.here are several things to take into consideration when deciding to hike Norway’s Trolltunga.Can you walk up a flight of stairs without breathing hard? )There’s no question that this is one of the most physically demanding adventures we’d ever been on in our lives.Norway tech firm Kongsberg Maritime has signed up with French offshore services company Bourbon and Automated Ships Ltd.(ASL) of Britain in a scheme to build the world’s first fully-automated supply ship.In 2014, as part of Wim Wenders' 3D documentary series Cathedrals of Culture, Michael Madsen directed a short film exploring how the prison's design and architecture influence the re-socialization process.
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Along the way, you’ll find gorgeous blue lakes, towering fjords and impressive scenery that no picture can accurately describe.
Originally it was intended to be a multiple day hike, however when the funicular was introduced people started making the trek in a single day.
Do you mind stepping in mud puddles as large as Rhode Island? It was 22 kilometers (~13.6 miles) round trip, and took us a total of 11 hours (6 hours up, 1 hour at Trolltunga, and 4 hours back down).
We were pretty unprepared for our own trek, so we thought we’d try to help out future hikers with this guide to conquering Trolltunga.